Ventilation and hypoxic ventilatory response of Tibetan and Aymara high altitude natives.

@article{Beall1997VentilationAH,
  title={Ventilation and hypoxic ventilatory response of Tibetan and Aymara high altitude natives.},
  author={Cynthia M Beall and Kingman P Strohl and John Blangero and Sarah Williams-Blangero and Laura Almasy and Michael J. Decker and Carol M Worthman and Melvyn C. Goldstein and Enrique Vargas and M. Ar{\'e}valo Villena and Rudy Soria and Ana Mar{\'i}a M Alarc{\'o}n and Cristina Gonzales},
  journal={American journal of physical anthropology},
  year={1997},
  volume={104 4},
  pages={427-47}
}
Newcomers acclimatizing to high altitude and adult male Tibetan high altitude natives have increased ventilation relative to sea level natives at sea level. However, Andean and Rocky Mountain high altitude natives have an intermediate level of ventilation lower than that of newcomers and Tibetan high altitude natives although generally higher than that of sea level natives at sea level. Because the reason for the relative hypoventilation of some high altitude native populations was unknown, a… CONTINUE READING
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